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WGRC, for the fourteenth year in a row, received the Outstanding Membership Cooperation award from the Associated Press for news coverage provided in 2008.
WGRC's news department has again been honored by the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association. The annual banquet was held April 4, 2008 in Harrisburg, PA.
News Documentary - "Bats and White Nose Syndrome": Jim Diehl goes to Bucknell University to talk with one of the leading researchers on bats in Pennsylvania and the challenges these creatures face in the presence of an unexplained fatal condition. Jim gets introduced to the unique lifestyles of bats, and to the creatures themselves.
Continuing Coverage - "Sunbury Double Homicide": Don Casteline, Jim Diehl and John Callahan provide coverage of this story. A Sunbury resident is accused of murdering two people in a Sunbury apartment on January 18th. It is the first double homicide case in Northumberland County since the 1970s.
Sports Play-By-Play - "WGRC Friday Night Game of the Week": Don Casteline, Play-By-Play; Joe Rose, Color Announcer; Terry Burke, Field Reporter; Jim Diehl, Producer team up to bring game action from Selinsgrove. Ryan Keiser has an unbelievable night as the Seals take on the Southern Columbia Tigers in a marquee state football matchup.
Continuing Coverage - "Arsonist Chester Cyphers": Jim Diehl and John Callahan cover this story. Chester Cyphers, who may have set fires as far back as 1972, is apprehended and admits to 20-25 arsons. One was a barn fire that severely injured a firefighter as he worked to put out the flames inside the barn. The firefighter was paralyzed after a beam fell on him.
Spot News - "Shamokin Township Fire": Jim Diehl reports on a fire at a former meat packing plant in Northumberland County.
Public Affairs - "We're Cookin' On The Radio": Host Larry Weidman proves you can cook up a delicious meal on the radio with the help of the hospitality program at the Pennsylvania College of Technology and Chef Paul Mach.
News Feature - "Fanny Burr Ride and Polar Bear Plunge": On the first day of 2008, the fifth annual Fanny Burr Ride and Polar Bear Plunge aims at helping families with children suffering from cancer. Reporter Jim Diehl follows the riders to a state park where the frigid waters of Half-Way Lake greet those ready for a New Year's Day dip.